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3D metal-organic frameworks incorporating water-soluble tetra-p-sulfonatocalix[4]arene

By Liao WP, Liu C, Wang XF, Zhu GS, Zhao XJ and Zhang HJ

Abstract

Water-soluble tetra-p-sulfonatocalix[4]arene, acting as a four-connected node, bridges the rare earth cations into a 3D porous MOF in which 1D smaller circular hydrophilic channels and larger quadratic ones are lined up along the c axis and interconnected to each other by the calixarene cavities and other interstices

Topics: MIMICKING VIRAL GEOMETRY, COORDINATION POLYMERS, MOLECULAR CAPSULES, HYDROGEN STORAGE, CROWN-ETHERS, COMPLEXES, CONFINEMENT, ARRAYS, ADSORPTION, BILAYERS, Coordination polymers, Hydrogen as fuel, Crown ethers, Complexes, Imprisonment, arrays, Adsorption, Bilayers, Chelate polymers, Hydrogen energy, hydrogen economy, hydrogen production, biohydrogen production, hydrogen storage, Macrocyclic polyethers, Linear complexes, --Biography--Imprisonment, --Imprisonment, [dates], Incarceration, Confinement, superconducting arrays, 吸附, Sorption, Absorption, Chemisorption, physisorption, accommodation coefficient, gas-surface interactions, ADSORPTION (DEUTSCH), ADSORPTION (FRANCAIS), cryosorption, Adsorbents, Absorption (chemistry), 吸附作用
Year: 2009
DOI identifier: 10.1039/b908189e
OAI identifier: oai:ir.ciac.jl.cn:322003/11603
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